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Melee Gecko Codes + Guide and Discussion

Discussion in 'Melee Codes' started by Achilles1515, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. Achilles1515

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    No I do not.
     
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    thanks anyway!
     
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    Hitstun

    Formula:
    Hitstun (hitlag counts as 1) = Knockback * 0.4
    (From Magus, source)

    Function start @: 0x8008dce0
    - Formulates and stores hitstun from an attack.

    [​IMG]

    Modifiable Hitstun Code
    -inject @ 8008dd5c
    - default: lwz r3,-0x514c(r13)
    - loads PlCo.dat offset 0x9fe0
    - 0x154 + the value that gets put into r3 = 0.4, used in the hitstun calculation.

    Code premise: instead of loading 0.4, load whatever value you want to use as hitstun multiplier.
    Code:
    lwz r3,-0x514c(r13) //default code line
    lis r15,0xYYYY
    ori r15,r15,0xZZZZ // r15 (arbitrary available register) now equals custom 32-bit floating point number
    stw r15,0x154(r3) // stores the float into 0x154+r3, because a few code lines down (code line: 8008dd68), the game loads the hitsun multiplier from this location
    
    where your 32-bit floating point number = 0xYYYYZZZZ
    
    Gecko Code:
    C208DD5C 00000003
    806DAEB4 3DE0YYYY
    61EFZZZZ 91E30154
    60000000 00000000
    
    Use this website to convert a normal decimal into a 32-bit floating point.

    In terms of the SSBM memory spreadsheet, the data offset for frames of hitstun left is +0x23A0, which gets decremented by one every frame of the game until it reaches zero.
     
    #1003 Achilles1515, Dec 14, 2014
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    Nice! Good place for other code injections that we only want executed on hits too.
     
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    Wobbling Kills Nana
    [​IMG]
    Code:
    Wobbling Kills Nana (1.02) [Achilles]
    C20DB8E0 00000007
    3C80C248 909F1A4C
    C03F1A4C FC000840
    4080001C 3C804400
    81FF1A58 81EF0008
    2C0F0000 41820008
    908F00EC D01F1A4C
    60000000 00000000
    Injected @ 800db8e0
    - default code line = stfs f0,0x1a4c(r31)
    - Part of function that decrements the grab breakout counter while pummeling.

    Code Notes:
    Wobbling disables the game from ever reaching a point of code that compares the grab breakout counter to 0, which would then execute the breakout if the counter is less than or equal to this value.

    Nonetheless, the grab breakout counter STILL gets decremented every time the character is hit/pummeled (so after wobbling for a bit, this value is just a big negative number).

    The code below is injected when the game decrements the grab breakout counter from a pummel. It compares the breakout counter to -50 (arbitrary negative number, adjustable), and if it is equal to or less than this number, 512 is loaded into Nana's horizontal velocity which kills her instantly.

    [COLLAPSE="ASM"]
    lis r4,0xc248
    stw r4,0x1a4c(r31)
    lfs f1,0x1a4c(r31)
    fcmpo cr0,f0,f1
    bge- END

    KILL_NANA:
    lis r4,0x4400
    lwz r15,0x1a58(r31)
    lwz r15,0x8(r15)
    cmpwi r15,0
    beq- END
    stw r4,0xec(r15)

    END:
    stfs f0,0x1a4c(r31)
    [/COLLAPSE]
    @Juggleguy
     
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    Lagless FoD [Dan Salvato]
    041cbbd4 60000000
    041cbefc 48000028
    041cbf54 60000000
    041cbf84 60000000

    [​IMG]

    Note that I haven't yet tested this on a Gamecube, but there's no reason it should lag at this point. I've removed background assets, the pool reflection, and all of the stars (each star was its own point in 3D space).

    Also, thanks to Zauron for some useful notes on initializing stages, which I used as a starting point.
     
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    Set Menu Music in Sound Test [Dan Salvato]
    C224B4D8 00000007
    7C7C002E 2C030000
    40820008 3860FFFF
    808D8840 98641851
    3C808046 60849D40
    9064005C 2C030000
    40800008 38600000
    60000000 00000000
    C222E934 00000008
    3C808046 60849D40
    8084005C 2C040000
    41820018 41810008
    38800000 80AD8840
    98851851 7C832378
    3D808002 618C3F28
    7D8903A6 4E800421
    60000000 00000000
    The last song you played in Sound Test will become your new menu music. Your choice is saved to the memory card as well, so it will be preserved between boots.
     
    #1007 Dan Salvato, Dec 15, 2014
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    @achilles1515 does the wobbling code have any issues with non-ICs wobbling? You can wobble in teams with things like fox drillshine
     
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    Where is the DOL for loading SSS with the dpad, anybody have a GCT that has load SSS function but still has results screen?

    I want to do some CSP stuff :p
     
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    Thank you Achilles.
    I'll try that way!
     
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    Enable Damage Staling in Develop Mode (1.02) [Achilles]
    0408924C 2C000005

    I have no idea if this affects anything else Develop Mode related.

    @Kadano... and everyone else who has asked for this.
     
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    Hey guys, I have a question about a video on YouTube called "Melee Impossible" I can't post a link since I'm a new member.
    It's basically like PM Turbo Mode, except it's Melee, you can cancel anything into anything. I'm interested to see if this is possible to create some kind of code to do this, cause I can't find it anywhere. Is it possible to do something like this?
     
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    The best part about Melee Impossible that PM Turbo mode doesn't have is that everything was manually cancel-able, instead of automatically. (as far as I could tell anyways) That way you can cancel ANYTHING with L/R/Z and it was sooo cool.

    I looked very heavily after I first saw the vid, and I couldn't find any info about antd actually posting notes or codes about the hack.



    edit:
    Here's his website and the comments section! EVERYONE ASK FOR HIS NOOOOOTES
    editedit:
    the junk on his Twitter says you can contact him in several places, and his newest twitter is here. He's replied to a tweet about how he did it and it sounds like he changed a flag from attack to idle animation, but he did it frame by frame.

    @achilles1515 Couldn't you do this with the action state hack? If the player presses L/R/Z, put the respective player into an idle action-state. Seems simple to me but maybe I'm just a dummy. :>
     
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    Anyway to be able to do things such as edit music through PAL? Not finding anything :(

    This is through the wii console btw
     
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    Music is in the same place as NTSC: root\audio
     
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    projectm/pf/sound/strm
     
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    I've documented enough about the game engine
    bruh
     
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    I made a post about this a couple months ago. I really don’t see a point in having a manual cancel code that doesn’t involve using it for TAS purposes. There’s a reason why antdgar’s only video of the code is with TAS and not actual gameplay…it’s just not very applicable.


    Think about it. If you wanted a button to be the manual cancel, you wouldn’t want it coincide/take away buttons used in regular gameplay. This leaves you with the dpad buttons, all of which require you to remove your thumb from the main joystick to press (or your right hand all the way over…which is obnoxious), and the pad is just awkward to press with precision in general due to the nature of it being a 4-in-1 button.


    And it may not even be a “real” code, because he did everything frame by frame with viewing/editing access to the RAM. So every frame, or just whenever he needed to, he would just force a value to a RAM address to do what he wants which would be easier and more precise than waiting for the game to register a button press.


    Technically the action state hack could do something this, like putting a character in fall (air) or wait (ground) when a button is pressed. Obviously, the code has some stability issues with all action states, that would likely need to be addressed are probably not “easy” fixes.


    I spent 20 minutes working on a “Turbo Mode” code using Dan’s action state hack, and the main functionality was working, but I needed a new injection point because the one I was using didn’t seem to get executed on every attack hit, and just a lot more work would need to be done to make it a stable game mode. I’ve haven’t done anything with the code since and have no plans to at the moment.

    EDIT: Yeah, I just looked at the tweet and its not an actual code.
     
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    i'm so used to my notifications being in the pm social thread LOL my bad
     
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    This is freaking sweet :D i have all ways wanted this kind of code to come around

    ......The possibilities are endless
     
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    It's for sure not an actual code, my guess was also that he just edited the value on the fly for what ever he needed, like changing Sheik/Zelda and canceling it, frame by frame.

    But, wouldn't you just need to follow a kind of order of operations type thing? It might be a kinda long code but I could see it working. This way you could use L/R/Z in their normal functions.
    If the player is standing, running/walking, crouching etc, force L/R to do shield. If the player enters any other state (with an exception of special-fall maybe) have them enter fall if in the air or wait if they're on the ground when L/R/Z is pressed.

    I see what you're getting at though, without remapping some buttons it could cause some problems, but I feel with a large enough flowchart kind of thing you could defiantly get manual cancelling working.

    I've always been fascinated with the idea of being able to juke people with an approaching Falcon Kick or Punch and then canceling it as soon as they try to shield it then abusing that. The game would be SO MUCH FUN if you could just cancel any move at any time!

    Edit:
    Wouldn't it be possible to edit each characters .dat files to change the IASA data of each move to 1? I realize this would either take a lot of space to put into an ISO or would require an ISO of it's own but it'd be a start. This would be pretty damned easy to do if the character files are mapped out enough right? Just find the addresses in Master Hand and then edit them with any Hex Editor?

    My only problem with this train of thought is that not every move is going to have an IASA data (like special moves probably) so this might only work with grounded (non-special) attacks and aerials.
     
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    Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant how can I play melee hacked on my wii so I can play custom music. I have homebrew and all.
     
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    Does anyone know of a way to boot directly from the title screen to the CSS, and vice versa (in the latter case, via an otherwise unused button like dpad)? The closest I've gotten is getting the title screen to boot to the VS Menu with "Melee" highlighted :/
     
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    Is it possible to lock the platforms of FoD in place instead of removing them?
     
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    Any way you could make those notes public?

    Edit: Just kidding I found them
     
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    041BFA20 38600002

    Always check the main page first.
     
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    That's to CSS on boot. He wants it to boot to the title screen, then go to CSS upon pressing Start.

    e~ And back again
     
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    ^ I'm specifically looking for this because I have a code that toggles my custom music on/off using the dpad at the CSS, but I can't change the menu music unless the game goes through a loading cycle? So the code only works for in-match music, I've been trying to figure out a way to force a loading cycle or something but I don't quite understand how that works so I haven't been very successful. That's why I want a code to do this, it'd be a very obvious indicator that the in-game music has changed and of course then original music is fully restored when custom music is toggled off.
     
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    In an attempt to make Mushroom Kingdom II suck less...
    Code:
    Disable Logs, Pidgit, and Birdo on MKII (1.02)  [Jorgasms]
    041fcd84 60000000
    
    Disable Logs, Pidgit, and Birdo on MKII (1.00)  [Jorgasms]
    041fbcc4 60000000
     
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    Why no love for Pidgit.
     
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    The selfish reason - Because Pidgit moves super fast and interrupts my pillaring far too often.
    The real reason - I found this through disabling things at the stages init (like IE's lagless FoD) and don't quite understand what the disabled function's purpose is, yet.
     
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    So does this make Milun's FD-like hack a legit, competitive stage now?
     
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    Looks that way. I might try to add platforms to it now. Im not really a fan of the FD style. Too hard to play low tiers on them.
    Awesome work though Jorgasms.
     
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    I sure hope so.

    Thanks! Have to give some credit to Zauron (and IE for pointing out that he had notes on stage initialization).
     
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    Yeah I converted his notes to 1.02 offsets. I'll post them when I get a chance. Currently laying in bed with a 102 degree fever.
     
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    [COLLAPSE="Zauron's RAM Stage Hacking Notes (converted to SSBM v1.02)"]
    ---------------------------
    Smash Melee's code keeps a linked list of objects with update functions, which it runs through and calls the update functions every game frame. This list is constantly having objects added to and deleted from it. Each stage adds several objects to the list, and the easiest way to change the stage's behaviour is to tell these functions to not do anything.

    Each stage has an initialization function, and while it is possible to find out what function is run for each stage by following a series of several links in memory, the easist way is to put a breakpoint at the address 0x801C0A4C, start the stage you want to mess with, and then step once when the breakpoint is hit. This will put you at the start of that stage's initialization function.

    During the initialization function several objects will be added to the update list. To find where the update functions are, starting from the initialization function you found, scroll down the code to find the return code (blr) and put a breakpoint there. Next, put a breakpoint at the address 0x8038FE04. This is part of the function that adds new objects to the list.

    Now let the code run until that breakpoint is reached. When it is, look at the address in register #28. This is the address of the update function for the object being added. Keep running the code and jot down the addresses in register 28 until you hit the breakpoint at the end of the stage's initialization function. After that, more objects will be added all the time but they are not related to the stage.

    There are two global update functions you will see that should be ignored - 0x801C1cd0 (which updates animations) and 0x801C1D38 (unknown purpose). The rest are likely specific to that stage. Many of those will be nothing more than a return (blr) though, as an "empty" update, so those can also be ignored.

    A quick change just to see what happens is to take those update functions and tell them to just return immediately by using a code like 04XXXXXX 4E800020, where XXXXXX is the last 6 digits of the address of the update function. If that does more than you intended, you may need to step through the update functions and find things to change, often just telling it to skip a branch or something using 60000000.

    You can also try to mess with the stage's init function, though I've rarely found this useful. One thing that has been useful to know though is that many objects have init functions of their own, where additional steps are taken. For example, I had to edit the init function for the main stage platform of Green Green's in order to get rid of the initial yellow blocks. You can find these in a similar way to finding the update functions - while in the stage's init function, put a breakpoint at 0x802135b0 (?) (0x802122F8 1.00 value) and step once to get into the init function of initialized objects for that stage.
    [/COLLAPSE]
     
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    Metal Texture as an Alternate Costume
    See this post first.
    Yesterday, I decided to look into the knockback equation and found out that if a character is metal, 30 is automatically subtracted from their knockback (which then lowers hitstun as well). This check is performed in the same function that looks to see if a character is crouching (crouch canceling) or charging a smash attack which increases knockback.

    So I wrote a code to disable the metal check, and I think I now have metal as a viable alternate costume! I need you guys to test and play around with this to make sure, though.

    [COLLAPSE="P1 is Metal"]
    Code:
    0408d9f8 38000000
    C216CE0C 00000004
    3DE08045 81EF3130
    2C0F0000 4182000C
    3A000001 9A0F2283
    38630001 00000000
    [/COLLAPSE]
    [COLLAPSE="P2 is Metal"]
    Code:
    0408d9f8 38000000
    C216CE0C 00000004
    3DE08045 81EF3FC0
    2C0F0000 4182000C
    3A000001 9A0F2283
    38630001 00000000
    [/COLLAPSE]
    Note: These are just proof of concept codes.

    @NME @Goatlink @DRGN


    Merry Christmas, Melee Workshop Elves!
     
    #1039 Achilles1515, Dec 25, 2014
    Last edited: Dec 25, 2014
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    Cool! I'm not at home ATM, but I'll check this out later. Are you planning to include this as an alt in 20XX?
     
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